Thursday, December 30, 2010
Thursday, December 2, 2010
My youngest daughter has been sick. Slowly getting worse over the last week.
Had to take her to the hospital early this morning as she was vomiting lots of
mucous with a little blood. I was scared really scared too see my baby so sick.
I had tears in my eyes.
It is so amazing the love you feel for your children and how you just want to
protect them anyway you can.Thank fully she is on the improve. She has a big
few weeks coming up with graduating fromprimary school and getting photos
done, end of year disco and fun day.
She is fine at the moment emotionally, it will be interesting to see the last few
days. I knowI will be a blubbering mess as I have spent 10 years helping at this
school and see it develop and grow over the years.
Monday, October 18, 2010
Monday, October 11, 2010
Today I am happy but a bit emotional as my youngest daughters has gone back to school for her final term in year 6.
We are ready to move on to high school but for me the emotional ties to the Primary School are going to be hard.
Not only is it that we will no longer be walking to and from school it is the fact that we have seen this school grow
from its early beginnings into the school it is today.
We have seen lovely teachers come and go but for me the hardest was saying goodbye to the lovely principal and
founder of this dynamic school move on. We were fortunate to have this lovely dignified lady, live in our street,
though we did not see her around much at all but when we did she was always open for a little chat.
When my eldest daughter started, this school was only 2 years old and although buildings were being built there
were still the demountable classrooms to occupy the growing amount of students. The school community was small
and everyone new everyone, it was a lovely and very welcome atmosphere.
I am emotional at the end of every year so this year will be different I will be very overwhelmed with completion of our
journey as a family at St Catherine of Siena Primary School.